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272 COMMENTS

Hi Adam! important lesson. Thanks!

bluegray83

    I’m sure it is Bluegray. But to tell the truth I have to go over this lesson and put some of these words into practice; otherwise they won’t become part -at least- of my passive vocabulary.

    All the best with your English.

    Regino

nice explanation, as usual

there’s a little typo: conflict without “l”

thank you for your understandable accent…

marvilla

    i’m italian like you, read my profofile. i’ll be glad if you’ll contact me.

    Luke

    Thanks Marvilla. My mistake :)

    Adam

No thing good in war except to expire , The sad city (Benghazi) , thanks Adam

hamy alferjany

thank you adam

ali

Interesting lesson Adam, thank you

pablovinicius

Great one, as always!!! Pretty nice job!

PedroCampos

A very interesting lesson! Thanks Adam. Actually, I read a lot about war on the web. And you are very wise! This lesson requires a lot of knowledge, much more than just English.

Valderí Andrade

17 years ago I was a drill sergeant :)
Thank you Adam

majid3663

This is a good lessen for me. Thank you Adam

joywin

This is a good lession.,.,

Rupesh kumar Soni

Thank you teacher. I’ve been watching your videos and it’s great!!! Congrats for your job. You, Ronnie and Valen are the best. Not that the others are ” bad teacher ” but I’d rather you :) , congrats again!

learnEnglish

thank you for this leasson, it’s interesting.

james64

Hi adam, very good your lesson, but I’ll like know about pieces military uniform. you know anything? thanks

alexsilver

    I’ll have to look that up Alex. Keep in mind though that different countries have different features on their uniforms. You might want to get a visual encyclopedia somewhere.

    Adam

This lesson and quiz were difficult but good study for me. Thank you, Adam :)

Happy04

Thank you Adam. This is a good lesson. I like it.

diepthao

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, Adam.
And Happy New Year engVid. :)
I wish you a wonderful year full of joy. I wish a peaceful world for everyone. A year without a war.
And thank you engVid , thank you Adam for all your efforts to help us, this year. Best luck. :)

Anahita

    Thank you Anahita. A happy belated New Year to you as well :)

    Adam

Hi Adam
I got 8 correct out of 9.
Thank you so much

kami88

thanx

Abshaque

you have nice Tattoo under your left Arm

basem3090

    Thank you Basem. It says littera scripta manet– the written word remains :)

    Adam

      And what does it mean?

      happyhop

        The written word remains means that once written down, it can stay forever. A spoken word, on the other hand, disappears as soon as it has left your mouth ;)

        Adam

          Yep, prime in manu tua, right? :)

          Exotist

          verba volant , scripta manent , in Latin .

          rc57

          verba volant scripta manent….senza la virgola…conosco bene il latino..secondo te che in quale lingua “littera scripta manet” è scritto?

          al willis

Hi Adam, I think you miss letter “l” in (conflict) you wrote confict not conflict. What do you think?

Hassan Kamal

    I did Hassan. My mistake. Good eye :)

    Adam

Hi Adam.
I’m Bahram Fattahi from Iran.i’ve been watching ENGVID vids for more than 2 years.it helped me a lot.
i wanted to aske you if you could make a lesson about districts and regions and cover the following words: territory, perfecture, borough, county, province, zone, state
i’m sure It’d help a lot of students to have a clearer issue about it
Thank you in advance

bahram1364

    Hey Bahram I agree with you.
    It would be so great to learn about them ıf adam can make a video in that issue.I am so confused even in my own language :)

    oguz

    I’ll get on that Bahram :)

    Thank you

    Adam

thank you very much
Mr. adam
actually i get the benfit of this lesson
thank you agin and agin

mohammedyaeesh

Thank you Adam :)

Eissa90

Thank you Adam, useful lessons. 100 % like in the boot camp.

Alexander

Interesting, and well explained lesson. Thank you.

zann

Thats great! Thanks you for that informative lesson!

S1M PROJECT

I watched this lesson the 24th of december !So I wish peace on the World. Happy Christmass to you and Engvid’s teachers.

vilainpetitcrapaud

its ok

AnmarM.Hussain

hi adam can u talk about health in a movie useful worlds thanks

sam gt

    I’ll see what I can do Sam :)

    Adam

Hi dear Adam, this is a great lesson very useful. Thank you so much. by the way please what does that means” I got a chopper in the car”? by Rick Ross’s lyrics. Merry christmas Eve to you dear Adam, may god bless you and your family.

My best wishes to you.

frankyforlife

    Hi Franky. Actually, I had to look it up myself as I’d never heard this before. It seems to mean an automatic weapon, especially an AK-47.

    Hope that helps ;)

    Adam

hey adam, great lesson indeed.Could you please help
me with the right construction of these two sentences:
1.He is 100 times as much powerful as me.
2.He is 100 times as much powerful than me.
which one of these sentences implies the correct sense of the other person being 100 times more powerful than me.This construction of word ‘as’ confuses me a lot, so please, if possible help me getting rid of this confusion about how to use the word ‘as’ to emphasize an amount.Your previous videos have been a great help:) thank u very much.

Harry Singh

    Hello Harry,
    I’m afraid, both sentences appear to be flawed, to me. I believe in these type of sentences, you only use the word ‘as’. You don’t write ‘as much’. Few examples for you :-
    1. earth is twice as big as Mars
    2. He is 100 times as powerful as I am. (though I am not sure about this one)
    3. His handwriting is 10 times as neat as mine.

    You can also write them without using ‘as’.
    He is 100 times more powerful than me.

    abhishek1995

      Hi Abhishek! I am looking for someone to improve my conversation skill, do you mind pass me your contact, so we can talk to each other?

      fritzen

    Hi Harry. Abhishek gave a very good answer. I will add that He is 100 times more powerful than me is the best option. We use as normally when we use an objective adjective. Powerful, for example is subjective. What powerful means to you and to him might not be the same.
    Mars is 10 times as big as Pluto, for example is Ok because we can measure the size of the planets as compare these.

    When possible, use the -er or more than construction to compare things. He is three times older than me will create less confusion than he is three times as old as me. (in both cases as I am is correct, but less common in casual speech).

    (his handwriting is 10 times neater than mine)

    Hope this helps a little.

    Adam

I’m from Ukraine and unfortunatelly this is actual for my country where we have war on a part of territory.

zhenya25

    I hope things get better there Zhenya

    Adam

Hi Adam. I don’t like wars and this topic. But thank you at any rate.
I think many people here can’t understand anything when they watch sports. It’ll be great to understand a football commentary for instance. Thank you.

KATRIN777

    I’ll see what I can do Katrin. Keep in mind football here is different than in Europe ;)

    Adam

      Thank you Adam. I think, at any rate it’s very exciting sport if you like it so much.

      KATRIN777

    Hi everyone! I agree with Katrin, it would be wonderful to watch a sport video lesson especially about football!
    Hope you will see this comment Adam :) I like your lessons! Keep it up!

    Alesia

Excellent lesson!
Could you teach us some medical vocabulary and expressions as well?
Thanks.

audrysilva

    I’ll get on it Audry :)

    Adam

War and its Related words are vital when you Wanna understand what is going your Around.it is hard but sometimes we have to explain what they are. So i happy to hear these words from peaceful person like Adam. Thanks for your useful lesson and God bless all Of us from war.

azizakif

Need to watch the lesson again…I fail to get 100 score of the quiz.:(

Binbin

thank you Addam

osama osama

I liked the lesson! Thanks Adam!

LuizHenriquecampos

dear adam
merry Christmas
have a good time with your family
ali

ali

    Thank you Ali. To you and yours as well :)

    Adam

I agree with Bahram.Adam teach us more about army.Thank you.

mfarooq1981

    Will do Mfarooq

    Adam

Thanks Adam

kady10

Sanctions against Russia…….

mileshin

    Yes, unfortunately you are right mileshin.

    camalote

Thank you Adam for this useful lesson!

Ksenia Rybka

8/9 I thought that, the captain was above the colonel. By the way in Portuguese we say Cornel = colonel both sounds similar.

Jorge Pedroso

    Hi Jorge,
    It’s strange how English works. Should be spelled kernel, but … :)

    Adam

Sorry I made a mistake in Portuguese is ” Coronel”.

Jorge Pedroso

Was a good lesson. Mainly for me that are coming in the intermediary level

Hspbrasil

Hi Adam,
Excelent lesson

AndyTandy

great and inclusive as usual, thanks Adam.surly no one likes war, but it seems like it is inevitable to learn about it, please keep up doing good work. I would be grateful if you make more videos about politics

Mustafa Sharafi

    I’ll see what I can do Mustafa

    Adam

Adam one more question.(sorry)
Are those grammatically correct?
CAN I CHANGE RUBLES INTO POUNDS HERE?
(can I place @HERE@ in any other place of the sentence above?)
CAN I CHANGE RUBLES INTO POUNDS IN THIS PLACE?
Thank you.

KATRIN777

    One more:
    Can we change our seats with each other?(is it correct?)
    Thank you again.

    KATRIN777

      I know the word @replace@. But, what about which is above?

      KATRIN777

        in USA it’s more simple = may we switch our seats? (i’ve heard it in regular conversation many times)

        dlvbasys

          Thank you,it’s from a textbook for kids.

          KATRIN777

          Can I use exchange?

          KATRIN777

          Hi Katrin.

          CAN I CHANGE RUBLES INTO POUNDS HERE? is correct. You can’t put the Here anywhere else.

          You can say can we exchange seats?
          Or can we switch seats? as Dlvbasys mentioned.
          Or, Can we change seats with each other (no our needed)

          Adam

          Here is coming up one more question – why we shouldn’t use OUR. Thank you Adam.

          KATRIN777

          It’s understood. If it’s not mine, then I can’t switch it anyway.

          Adam

“War is what happens when language fails.”
― Margaret Atwood

vovchick

    Indeed Vovchick

    Adam

Good lesson, Thanks teacher Adam!!

abby2

Adam I have watched Past Perfect Tense from Rebecca, but didn’t understand one thing: (it’s at 07.20) when Jane arrived home yesterday,her husband had taken the children to the restaurant(are the children at home when she arrives?)
THANK YOU.

KATRIN777

    No, their at the restaurant. If you say, by the time Jane arrived home yesterday,her husband had already taken the children to the restaurant., then they might be back from the restaurant when she gets home.

    Adam

      Thank you Adam.

      KATRIN777

Hi again, Adam!
I’d like to tell you about my journey to the sea. It was seven years ago. We went to the sea with my Mum. It was very beautiful and I took a lot of pictures. The weather was very good. We swam for a long time. The sea was so warm that my Mum couldn’t take me out from the water. It was very funny. In the evening(or in the evenings)we went to a water park. I liked it very much. We ate a lot of fruit every day. One day we went to the mountains. There we visited waterfall. It was very interesting. I liked to have a rest like this.
Adam,check it,please. Thank you.

KATRIN777

    out of the water
    in the evenings
    I like to have a rest like this

    Adam

      1. out of the water(my bad,I knew it)
      2. in the evenings(I thought so, but all the web translators wilfully don’t want add the letter S)
      3. In one movie one character says I LIKED HIM VERY MUCH(so why I can’t say it about the rest?)
      ADAM, THANK YOU AGAIN.

      KATRIN777

I think, those are some of my grammar mistakes in my narrative in previous lesson:
1. I woke up at 11.00 and begin(of course BEGAN) to drink tea at once.
2. Presently I turned on my computer and linked the Internet, because I(HAD)wanted to know the price of dollar and the price of oil.
3. At 13.00 I had to be seeing my doctor, because I(HAD)made an appointment.
4. The people,who were in the line,said that there is(WAS instead of is) a live line and I have(HAD instead of have)to be after them.
Am I right or not? I will be waiting.
THANK YOU ADAM!!!

KATRIN777

    1) at 11… and had a tea at once
    2) linked to the internet because I wanted to know the price of the dollar and of oil
    3) I had to see my doctor…i had made…
    4) The people who were in line said there was a long line and I had to be…

    Not bad :)

    Adam

      After the 2nd one I don’t understand past perfect again!!! Thank you Adam…

      KATRIN777

        Because the second sentense is not in past perfect, it’s just in past simple as you dint’t finish to want before you linked to the internet. So all what you did was simultaneously.

        Zenny

          for example you might have say: Presently I turned on my computer and linked the Internet, because I had just finished my homework.

          Zenny

          Maybe i am wrong cuz I am russian too)))

          Zenny

      Adam I wanted to say alive line(when the doctor works really slow(or he takes some people without line)). And people in the line become mad about it and began create their own rules. It’s Russia.

      KATRIN777

        That might be a Russian expression. We don’t have a live or an alive line. We have a lifeline, but that means something that saves you, or connects you to life.

        Adam

Hello!
EngViiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiid! I can’t believe it! What was wrong with my message that you have decided not to approve and post it here? I’m so sorry for this behavior! Please, respect the users!

Anahita

    You may have been posting the same comment a lot, which we try to discourage.

    engVid Moderator

    It might have been a simple mistake Anahita. I’m sure it will be looked into

    Adam

nice lesson i really gain

Nurambs

Hi Valena

Please help me. How do i improve my English Conversation. most the time i am confusing between present perfect tense and past perfect tense. Please send me any link for understand this.

subodh chauhan

    HI Subodh, I’m not Valen, but I hope I can help. Type present perfect tense and past perfect tense into the search box above and you will see a few lessons on it. You can also type it into Google and see lots of resources that explain it.

    Adam

Hi , Adam thanks for that , but id like u to clarify why all the native speaker drop the letter (t) when it preceded by the letter (n) .! Ad if we dont pronounce it this way is it sound unnaturally ?

Nenno1986

    Hi Nenno.

    We don’t really drop it. It’s just soft, so it gets “lost” in the transition to the next word. Also, the tongue position for ‘n’ and t’ are almost the same, so it’s a bit of laziness to move it.

    Does that hep?

    Adam

Thanks for the lesson, very actual vocabulary

Scream

Useful lesson. Thanks Adam. I want to ask a lesson on words used in building. I am a civil engineer.

ghassan chahme

    I’ll see what I can do Ghassan :)

    Adam

Hi Adam, it’s my first time to learn English from your videos. First quiz, i got 100, yeye. Thanks a bunch, Adam.

arismnndar

    Welcome Arismnndar :)

    Adam

big thanks mr Adam. the lesson was very helpful .

Burulsun

I`ve learned new vocabulary!!thankssss Adam!

gabriellla

Hi adam! It was such as interesting lesson. I admit all of the Engvid lesson chunks can boost one’s english knowledge on a variety of topis you’re providing. But still, many of the upper-interm and advanced learners are facing a few gaps relating to their career, work and professional life. Thereby, I would highky recommend offering lessons that cover handling job interviews questions and answers, showing achievements and motivation sides on a field. I can’t deny finding some videos on the area but there is need for specific situations at work.

omaxios

    These lessons are in the works Omaxios :)

    Adam

thank you for this good lesson . this vocabulary are very useful .

jafar.h.lunbar

This is a good lesson to increase my general knowledge and vocabulary. Thanks Adam :)

byte

Hi Adam, i have been in this country more than 12 years and i learned something new today. Thank you for the way you are teaching. I am so much grateful to Engvid to introduce this site. I really appreciate.

smartbay3

Adam, in BBC lessons “Look ahead” there is a dialogue of two mice:
– What’s that?
– That’s a cat.
– What’s his name?(would it be right if a question were “What’s its name?”?)
Thank you.

KATRIN777

    Although technically, its is more correct, many people treat certain animals, especially pets, as gender specific.

    Both are acceptable.

    Adam

And one more: sometimes I hear the word “OFTEN” with letter “T” which sounds and sometimes without — Which one is right?
Thank you Adam.

KATRIN777

    Both are Ok. Some enunciate the t, others don’t. I, myself, don’t.

    Adam

      Thank you Adam. I thought it is linked somehow with north and south.

      KATRIN777

Thanks a lot Adam

Bechir Mahmoud

Hi. This lesson is very interesting because I meet this words every time and everywhere.

zver1zver2

Simply great!Thanks again, Adam

Sonia1234

What’s this Log out thing? I have already been
accepted by the engvid. What happened?

Sonia1234

    Not sure Sonia. I see you here :)

    Adam

      Ok, then!:) :) :)

      About war, Adam, Bono sang with Pavarotti and he
      “Ave Maria” and he added this to the song, which I found beautiful:
      “…Ave Maria, where is the justice in the world…
      “…and WAR is always the choice, of the chosen
      who will not have to fight.”

      …too beautifull and deep to add any comments.

      Sonia1234

What is word, what explain to talk about the volunteers soldiers?

loniks

    Hi ioniks.

    I think it’s just volunteers or enlisted. If they are forced to join, then they are draftees (they were drafted by the army)

    Adam

thanks Adam ,so interesting lesson

batoul12

Thanks a lot for this great lesson. I wish the British English was as understandable as yours is :)

utaudo

This is such helpful lessen, I now enhance my knowledge about this kind of subject. Cheers!! :) Adam.

Amy

Thanks Adam for your this lesson. I have always wanted to learn more about war vocabulary. Your character, accent, and examples make the lesson amazing. thanks a million.

mahmouddahman

It’s for narratives:
He had been working when I came to him.
He had already came when I called to him.
(Are those grammatically correct?)
Thank you Adam.

KATRIN777

    He had already come when I called him.

    Adam

      My bad, I thought past participle is CAME. Sorry and thank you.

      KATRIN777

Littera scripta manet?

Agni Pl

    Yes, Agni.
    The written word remains :)

    Adam

      :)

      Agni Pl

These days everywhere in turmoil, even your neighboring country. I mean US. Racism is still big problem in US. What about your country? I’ve head Native Americans in Canada are suffering by government yet, Aren’t they?
Sorry Adam, I know you mentioned “please don’t talk about political stuff, but I just want to try writing about conflict and war. That’s it!

evil666live

    Hi Evil.

    Yes, here too. Not too violent, but it does happen occasionally. There are very few conflict-free places in the world, unfortunately.

    Adam

This my skype account: moath.941
hopefully if you can contact with me thats gonna be sounds great. Lets ease the learning process.

moath saad

Thank you so much Adam,
I wish all of the Engvid family and the students happy new year which we wouldn’t use these words in our daily lifes.

If you want to talk with me on skype please check my account details…

camalote

useful lessons,great teacher!!!

minizhang

How’s it going?
I’d like to request a video about Basketball, American football and Formula 1. I’m a massive fan of them, but it’s really difficult to understand when the game/race is live on Tv, or even when I’m reading the Sports section on the newspaper, or when people around me are talking about it.
I’d really appreacite it if an Engvid teather could make an explanation about the rules/moves,etc.
Thanks for helping us in everything.

henry19

    I’ll see what I can do Henry :)

    Adam

i love the army

blakester56

Thank you Adam, It was so informative. It help me so much because I like documentaries about history. Thank you so much.

Xiri

Thank you!

Yakushina

Adam please explain phrasal verbs of the verb CUT. what is the diff btw cut down on and cut back on?

Ranhraa Yousafzai

    Hi Ranhraa.

    In some cases they can mean the same thing, i.e., to reduce.

    Cut down can also mean to cut something so it comes down, like a tree.

    In film, you can cut back (edit) to a previous scene or frame.

    Hope this helps.

    Adam

MERRY CHRISTMAS ADAM AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

KATRIN777

    Thank you Katrin. I wish the same to you :)

    Adam

      Thanks.

      KATRIN777

hi Mr Adam actually i want to thank you for your great effort in English lessons i learned from it but i need your help to give me some vocabulary about if i will work as a ticket agent

GMoatmed

    HI GM.

    You mean travel tickets? I’ll see what I can do

    Adam

      best instructor ever . thanks man ;)

      GMoatmed

the correct word is confict or conflict?

taffarel

    Hi Taffarel.

    It’s conflict. My mistake. a little typo :)

    Adam

Hi Adam . Very timely vocab. Unfortunately I hear all this words every day. Your lesson is useful for those who watch breaking news.
I’d like to thank you and Engvid teachers for your great job. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! All the best to you, Adam.

NadiaM

    Thank you Nadia. To you as well :)

    Adam

hey Adam this is a sort of wonderful lesson .. thank you :)

amlosama

Great video, thank a lot :)

carolingus

Very good explanation for people they are not so familiar with the military. (y)

You do a great job Adam :)

Jackus

I watched it twice in order to get the full understanding of the video. Their was a lot of good information in this video . Thank you.

Gireesh@Delhi

8/9 Not bad!!

IMO The 4th question sounds a little ambiguous.

“When an enemy attacks, an army will try to ________ it.”

From my perspective i think it is better to be
“When an enemy attacks, the opponent will try to ________ it.”

kido

    Hi Kalifatullah,

    An opponent can be a whole army. I was just using it in context. Your sentence is equally good.

    Adam

      We (English learners) are vulnerable because we are here for studying it and not real English speakers. For us, a little mistake can bring an absolute destruction. So, please use detail / clear / not ambiguous statements and questions. Think from our perspectives, not yours. Thank you for your attention.

      kido

        That’s what we try to do. I don’t see how the original is ambiguous, though.

        engVid

        Hi Kalifatullah,

        Understood. Though, keep in mind that there are thousands of people watching these videos and taking the quiz, so it’s impossible to focus on everyone’s individual needs.

        Also, language is by it’s nature ambiguous; you can interpret just about anything in any way you want if you play with the words enough :)

        Adam

Thanks

Nadir

Very nice lesson!

isosa

I’m from Ukraine. Now in my country war in Donbass – it’s territory where my home so i must know all this words (unfortunately). Thank you so much!!

Anastasia

    I’m very sorry to hear that. :( I’ve been following it in the news a bit, and hopefully things get back to normal soon!

    engVid Moderator

good lesson for us.

sallam167

hello sir you are my favorite teacher.i have learned a lot of things from you. your way of teaching is always excellent. thanks and keep it up

Gulbahar khan

sir i need and want to learn “PRECIS WRITING” so please you have all videos except precis writing. so please upload fro me . i will be always grateful to you> thanks sir adam

Gulbahar khan

    Hi Gulbahar. I’m working on writing videos, but you can also check my site writetotop dot com. I hope it helps.

    Adam

      ok thanks sir adam! but i hope you will accept my request as soon as possible

      Gulbahar khan

thanks

habibid69

You are a great teacher Adam. To learn english with you seems very easy, keep on with the good work and thank you for doing this.

Scardanelli

Thanks so much. You are the best teacher I ve ever seen or heard, it’s very important to understand things around us, especially now when world is full of battles, so we can’t hide what we have. So any body want to talk to improve English you can add me on Skype vedeneyev.alexander

Zenny

Interesting lesson

shivakumar v

You have my attention….thanks a Lot

JORGE ARMANDO

Thanks for lesson, it’s useful and actual unfortunately. Took the quiz with 8/9. So I have a question: why “colonel” is the highest-ranked soldier? What about general\admiral\marshal? Actually they are also soldiers in a deep sense. May be the question should be “Which of the following is the highest-ranked enlisted soldier?” Answer: sergeant, isn’t it?

Max1982

Thank you everyone. Happy New Year :)

Adam

thanks for the discussing this topic..its very informative nowadays!

0926chad

hi adam how can i download this video

tillocik

    You can watch it here Tillocik :)

    Adam

thnx alote
I hope the war stops on my country

rolan

Dear Adam, I play a game about Tanks. In which I read the terms “hull” and “maneuverability”. Could you please give a light to these words?

prakhar

    Hi Prakhar,

    Hull is the body of the tank. Maneuverability is its ability (or lack of) to make movements, like turns.

    Adam

      Thank you Adam for help me as always! Now I understand them clearly.

      prakhar

Hi Adam ! My dear friend what is the difference between “at night and in the night” and what is context used in?

Thanks!

the best

    Hi The Best,

    At night is to refer to a time period (I sleep at night).

    In the night is the concept of night, as opposed to day. Ghosts roam in the night to scare little children in their sleep.
    It’s also commonly used with something else, in the night sky, the sound of the river in the night, etc.

    Does this help?

    Adam

      Hello teacher. Sorry, do you make a distiction among your students in answering their questions !? I hope your answer is NO and I am wrong…
      Best regards:soei

      Soei

I dont know how Should I Thank You For this Lesson It’s to interesting to stop watching.

Yanolsky

Thank you for this lesson and all lessons that you made…. btw, Did we have endvid Apps on smartphone? I searched, but I cant find anything … ::so sad::

ckyzk9525

thanks alot, mr. adam is a talented

palop

thank you so much

erica2015

Thank you, it was very instructive!

Rene

I like the way you explain everything
Thank you

SarahNabil

Thanks!
Unfortunately, It’s a daily topic for my country (((

Marmaza

Thanks Adam for usefull lesson!

Kozin Valeriy

Thanks, Adam! In Ukraine it’s a mundane vocabulary now…

kurte

I watched this video and I’ll learn these words only because of the war in my country. I wish I never had such necessity, nobody had. Peace for every home. Thank you Adam for you work. You expain very easly and it’s pleasure to listen to your lessons. I’ll watch your videos.

Felicity-pl

I an new student in your class i Want to improuve my English

FATIHA2000

Now it is much easier to understand what they actually say about Ukrainian conflict in other countries. It is happenning literally next to my country and my city (Moscow), so it’s rather important for me. Thank you very much!

Nat

The best one for me, He feels his audience very well
keep going Adam

E.Gamal

Great lesson! My father is on the air force and after this video i know how to say military words in english.

lupikepi

Adam you’re the best teacher on Internet thanks for upload your videos for us.

rodrigog85

Wow! As I learned English, I also learned about a subject that I didn’t understand very well! Thanks Adam! This lesson is very interesting! I watched your video three times! So, I got 8 of 9! :D #Happy

Poliana Almeida

Hi Adam
I’m not convinced of number 4
I had it wrong

reemabousaid

Thanks a lot for your job!!!!!)))))))))

vazik

Ukraine has a conflict with Russia on it’s own territory.

Is it correct phrase?

Torwit

That’s very useful to me, thanks Adam. But you don’t talk about a group of soldier for example batallion, company, army groups, platoon etc

Gilang86

Thanks a lot for the explanation

Anthony12

Adam, I DO enjoy all your lessons and the way you present the subject/s.

If I may, I would like to add to your explanation about the phrase “boots on the ground”. It is also used in USA(by family of the soldier) when soldier comes back from deployment (He/she is back “home”, meaning own country.)

Samosia

Adam thank you very much for your lessons!
I like them.
My best regards.

KoNNik

Hello teacher, as a Navy vet I can say: you rocked! Amazing video and true statement. It is hard to explain everything in just one video but that was a WOW explanation. You forgot the coasties (Cost Guard) and National Guard (U.S), just kidding they say nobody ever mention them heheh. Thanks so much! Enlisted are not lower rank its is just different from officers for example an enlisted petty officer has to obey an officer,however, the opposite is aslo true, sometimes an officer has to obey an enlisted men/female like the Master chief petty officer of the Navy or MCPON. Again thanks so much and even if I served I really learned a lot with your video.

iconica15

dear sir! I am really enjoying every single video u are in.I think I might have seen you at some point on the Toronto’s street.

violet74

Hi Adam

I would like to know the difference of Earth, World, globe and planet.

Thank you
From Thai student

Jingjai

Thanks Adam

paoo

wow! I’m learning a lot. thanks Adam.

pierrej1

thanks Adam good lesson :)

eemmy81

Think Adam, I have a question .
What different between offensive and incursion?
How use them?
Sorry,my English isn’t good enough. My sentence maybe some incorrect in grammar.

fireduke

Thanks for lessons, very positive and understandable!

Vesna063

tks Adam, very good topic, help me a lot.

Ricky Fiebig

thanks Adam, you are amazing
my pronunciation very bad how i can improve it

shamsy199

thanks Adam for this lesson, it was interesting to watch it

yafino

thanks Adam, really helped

kia1000

Nice class teacher.
Could you talk about military slangs?
e.g = roger that, fire the hole, tango down.
Thanks.

Rapha20

    That’s a good idea! I’ll add it to the list of requests and we’ll see what teacher picks it up.

    engVid Moderator

      thanks for reply.

      Rapha20

Hi Adam.

Could you explain the difference between “war” and “warfare” and how we should use these terms?

Thank you.

wilson.med33

    I would say the term “war” has wider meaning, while “warfare” means “military actions” and is actually a part of war.

    Aliquis

Hi Adam, this is very useful indeed, I would like you to teach us aeronautical vocabulary, thanks

Patyarreola

Thank Mr. adam.. I got 100..

Marco Yossie

PLEASE, MAY YOU GIVE A LESSON ABOUT MEDICAL VOCABULARY.
THANK ADAMS YOOUR LESSONS ARE HELPFUL.

handleft

yah i get better but so many words and we have to collect them thanks ADAM for explnaition

HODY

I appreciate. It was very good lesson, I know It’s hard to prepare military lesson, because In the Army, they use very different words by different meaning then civilian. I am also military. I wont to ask you, If you can, please prepare one more military lesson for us. T h a n k ! !

gia-gia

Hi, Adam! I have some problems in quiz on this site, because I know that I choosed the correct answer, but when I look at the result of the quiz, I see that site choosed another answer. For example. If I choosed answer a), in result of quiz I see that I choosed answer b)
Excuse me, I have some mistakes in my grammatic. I hope you understand me. Thank you for lessons

ramil063

thanks

musabali

Hey Adam, my uncle was an MIA but I did’t know what is it. After study it I’ve know.

Thomas357

Thanks a lot 8/9. good !

Soei

Hi Adam! Could you please explain the difference between “withdraw troops” and “retreat troops”?

Nelly17

Dear Adam your teaching style is awesome I am greatful to you.

Cafer 14

I’m fond of your lessons and so do my students)) Thanks

Skayanchik

Thank you so much Mr Adem ;; Good explanation

Katia.15

Hi Adam,thanks for the lesson ,it’s very useful for amateur in English.I understood everything except differens between truce and cessation )

Rauf0538

Hi! Adam i appreciate your work. It works a lot!

Murtala Umar

You forgot to talk about cyber war
I like so much your lessons

GUS37

Hello! Thanks a lot gor the lesson. I have a question about the word “conflict”. You`ve written it like “confict”, without “l”. Have you mistaken? Because, I found out in google translator, that it`s written, as conflict (with “l”).

JasonYNK

Hi Adam i wanna ask you a question
Can i say first lines or not ?

Jojo tera

Hi,thanks for the lesson,but I wanna ask you for a favor.Would you like to make a video with more military terms,I need it for school,aviation academy,if we go precisely,thank you a lot in advance,you’re the best teacher :)

Gagaa

Pure epaulets – pure conscience.

Egghead

It is better to have a daughter prostitute than a son corporal.(Russian army wisdom).

Egghead

British have ‘leftenants’

szt1980

BTW, who are petty officers in the Navy?

szt1980

Thanks

Belisiario

Good vocabulary, thanks a lot dude.

Luis.Hinojos

Thank you Mr. Adam.

Alex-1956

What an important lesson!!!

Thank you Adam👌

MES1994

Hello Adam, it was a great lesson, thanks.

I am a soldier.

John

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